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Motovun

Motovun

Motovun, also known as Montona or Montona d'Istria, is a beautiful village in Central Istria of Croatia. This beautiful city is well-known from ancient times for both the Illyrians and Celts building their fortresses where today Motovun stands. The name of the village is also attributed to be of Celtic...

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Opatija

Opatija

Opatija is a beautiful seaside town and municipality in western Croatia. Located in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Opatija is a traditional coastal resort town located on the Kvarner Gulf. It is a well-known tourist destination in Croatia, famous for its historic buildings, Mediterranean climate, and an overall feel that is...

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Trakoscan

Trakoscan

Trakoscan is actually a castle located just a couple of miles away from Zagreb. It is one of the most visited places in Croatia and worth a visit when you are in the country. While the exact origins of the castle's construction remain unknown, but the first mention of the...

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Ilok Vineyards

Ilok Vineyards

Ilok is perhaps the most famous town in Croatia. This easternmost town in Croatia is renowned for producing some of the most expensive and famous wines. The city is located in the Syrmia region of Croatia, beautifully perched atop a hill overlooking the Danube River. The river forms the border...

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Bol

Bol

Bol is a famous municipality town on the south of Brac Island. The town is located in the Split-Dalmatia County in Croatia. The town's name Bol comes from the Latin word vallum, meaning earthy settlement. Bol is the charming port town of Brac. The Brac Island sits majestically on the...

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Porec

Porec

Porec is one of the most popular resort towns in Istria, and it has been named as the top resort in Croatian frequently over the years by the Croatian National Tourist Office. Located in the heart of the western coast of Istria, the town is known for its culture, sports,...

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Makarska

Makarska

Makarska is a stunning Croatian city located on the Adriatic coastline. The town is located just 60 kilometers southeast of Split and 140 kilometers northwest of Dubrovnik. Makarska is an important regional tourism center. It is situated on a horseshoe-shaped bay and lies between the Adriatic Sea and the Biokovo...

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